Tahoe Blue Estate Wedding, Kingsbury NV
The Tahoe Blue Estate was originally built back in 1992 for the founder of Sea Ray Boats. This stunning estate is spread over 8,640 square feet and offers its guests a secluded getaway with a view that will easily take anyone’s breath away. You get to enjoy a 360-degree view of the stunning Lake Tahoe from almost every room. In fact, some rooms even offer views of the Heavenly Ski resort, followed by hundreds of acres of forest. If you have been dreaming about a beautiful mountain wedding, you must consider booking the Tahoe Blue Estate because it is everything you have imagined and more.
Loretta and Ted had a Tahoe Blue Estate wedding, and it was a sight to be seen. Because the estate itself is so beautiful there is no need for some added décor. The ceremony location is in the backyard with stunning views of the lake. You get to save money by having everything in one venue, while also having a dreamy background to read your vows and wedding portraits. The couple had an intimate wedding ceremony with just some close family and friends around. The ceremony took place at the edge of a mountain, with a view of thousands of trees, all leading up to Lake Tahoe. The all-natural backdrop looked nothing short of magical and that is exactly why so many couples pick the Tahoe Blue Estate for their big day.
The gated estate may offer a private getaway in the mountains, but it’s only a 10-minute drive from downtown South Lake Tahoe, so you can still have some city fun. Since the Tahoe Blue Estate is private, it was perfect for Loretta and Ted to have their intimate wedding since all the guests got to stay at the same place. It’s a destination wedding but everyone gets to stay under the same roof and actually spend time together. We all dream of finding that perfect spot to tie the knot with your partner. Whether you’re planning to throw a big wedding or prefer to keep it intimate, the Tahoe Blue Estate is an amazing location for all types of weddings and elopements.
It was a joy for me to be up at the estate and be a part of the happy couple’s wedding day at Tahoe Blue Estate.